Albama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi State Missouri Ole-Miss USC Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt
Latest News

Around The SEC This Morning

As a good morning gesture, here’s a little vintage Cat Stevens for you.  Apparently Stevens had Terrence Cody working the keyboards.



ESPN.com’s Chris Low brings you a number of observations from Alabama’s practice yesterday.

Mr. Low believes Bama linebacker Dont’a Hightower could be the SEC’s breakout player of the year.

Florida has coached some of their freshman to answer every question with “I’m just happy to be here.”

Rich Brooks has suspended center Jorge Gonzalez for a violation of team rules.  Receiver Aaron Boyd has also been suspended from one week of “football activities,” but will not miss the game with Miami (Ohio).

Ten players from the SEC are on the watch list for the Outland Trophy. 

Stewart Mandel of SI.com has posted his “’09 prospects” for each of the 21 new football coaches in the FBS… including Misters Chizik, Kiffin and Mullen. 

And in case you missed it, a couple of days ago, we totaled up the records of the last 28 rookie coaches in the SEC, dating back to 1994.

Mr. Mandel also provides his list of “freshmen most likely to make an immediate impact” and Alabama’s Trent Richardson, Florida’s Andrew Debose, LSU’s Russell Shepard, South Carolina’s Stephon Gilmore, Tennessee’s Bryce Brown are all included.

And Tony Barnhart of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution explains why the following clashes will serve as the SEC’s five biggest trap games of 2009:

1.  Arkansas at Florida
2.  Tennessee at Alabama
3.  Georgia at Arkansas
4.  LSU at Georgia
5.  Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

 




Follow Us On:
Mobile MrSEC